‘Introduction to Unitarian Universalism’ March 11 in Freeport
From press release
FREEPORT, Ill.—An “Introduction to Unitarian Universalism” program will be offered in Freeport, Ill., at 7 p.m., Thursday, March 11. The program will be at the home of Chris and Pat Leitzen-Fye, 214 N. Harlem Ave., Freeport. Their home telephone is (815) 233-0399.
Unitarian Universalism (UU) is a communities of people who celebrate religious pluralism. Thus, members hold a variety of faith stances…from atheism, humanism, agnosticism, theism, liberal Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, neo-paganism and Earth spiritualism. They feel these belief systems are not necessarily mutually exclusive; therefore, they believe it is possible to hold more than one belief at the same time.
UUism has been the religious home for ministers and laypeople who were humanists, agnostics and atheists for at least 110-plus years. Thus, people who identify themselves as a humanist, agnostic or atheist will find UU communities welcoming and affirming.
People who live in the Freeport area are invited to attend this informational program. The Rev. Jacqueline Ziegler, Membership Chairperson Sheila Haman and a member of the Board of Trustees will offer the program. If you have questions, contact the Rev. Jacqueline Ziegler at (815) 947-3601.
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